Racing Secretary: Matthew Robertson has been selected by British Cycling for assessment for the British Cycling paracycling team for the 2020 Olympics.
Event Secretary: Cyclopark 10 week summer series for age groups up to age 16 commences 4th May 2016. The Club is to promote at least one of the evening events, possibly two depending on the number of local clubs becoming involved. Last year the average numbers taking part each night was circa 113.
Go-Ride Section: Following the Christmas break the next coaching session starts on 9-1-16. The meeting is scheduled for Danson Park. Different venues are to be used on a rotation basis. The Thomas Moore School (Eltham) is to be used once a month. Currently the coaches are considering using Hall Place as a venue. For the older members of the section, who have completed the syllabus, consideration is being given to running a road run on a Saturday under the Woolwich name. Help is needed from members to help marshal and guide the younger members. Names to Head Coach Terry Blake.
Club Runs: The Sunday run is being well patronised. It has been suggested that members who are considering racing in the year ahead may wish to consider a Saturday run.
Christmas Dinner: This dinner was a great success and our thanks goes to Bob Younger for arranging the venue and the catering. Also a big thank you to Mick Bridges for stepping in and dealing with the financial side of the dinner. It has been agreed that we will use the Kings Head again next year. Bob is to make the necessary arrangements.
Family Picnic Day: The Club agreed that we will arrange another family picnic day at Herne Hill following the great success of last year.
Club Kit: Club members have agreed that the new club racing kit (Adults and Youth section) will be sourced from Nico Sport. Nico can provide material in a High end, Mid and Low range. Cost £48, £36 and £32 approx. Youth £25 approx. Shorts £42 approx. Martin Messer is to obtain more details with regard to the ordering process etc.
Big congratulations to Ray Harrod who celebrated a big, big "0" birthday. Ray is well known in the local cycling fraternity and over the years he has encouraged, helped and guided many local cyclists to become top riders.